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2 HOUR MINIMUM FOR RESERVATIONS.
If yes, a meeting will be scheduled to discuss details of event.
If yes, must provide proof of insurance with City of Bellaire named as additional insured.
If serving Alcohol, the City of Bellaire may require you to provide security for your event. All security must be approved by Bellaire Police Department.
If yes, must show proof of fire retardant requirements.
Construction permit needed if larger than 40’x40’.
If yes, must provide Copy of insurance with City of Bellaire named as additional insured.
Under certain conditions, alcohol may be served during a rental in the Civic Center or the CenterPoint Energy Community Center. A permit must be obtained from the city manager.
Approval of any outdoor event larger than 10 people is contingent upon GA-30and the Mayor’s authority and any restrictions in place. Nothing supersedes or suspends these requirements. Not following these guidelines for hosting an unapproved event will result in revocation of approval or enforcement action against unapproved event.
(Who is selling, and where is the money going)
If Yes, must provide copy of sign/banner permit from Community Development.
If yes, must provide copy of health permit from Community Development
Applicant, for and on behalf of himself/herself/itself, together with his/her/its successors, heirs, executors, administrators, assigns, partners, members, directors, officers, shareholders, employees, agents, servants, volunteers and any other persons, organizations, firms or corporations, jointly and severally, does hereby agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the City of Bellaire, together with all of its former and present elected and appointed officials, legal representatives, employees, agents, servants, volunteers, successors and assigns and all affiliated persons and entities, (hereinafter collectively the City of Bellaire) of, from and against any and all liabilities of every kind, claims, causes of action, losses, judgments (including all expenses of litigation, cost and attorney’s fees), fines, demands, damages, loss of use or service or injuries to real and/or personal property and/or persons (including death), known and unknown, (collectively claims) asserted by any person or entity against the City of Bellaire whether at law or in equity, in contract or tort, under statutory or common law or pursuant to the Texas or United States constitutions(s), arising out of, touching upon or in any way relating to the issuance of the permit, the event and/or to the presence, malfunction, maintenance, addition or substitution of any property owned, leased, operated, or utilized by the City and/or any other person or entity in connection with the event even if the claim is the result of the actual alleged sole negligence of the City of Bellaire and any other person or entity, and/or the actual or alleged strict, statutory of constitutional liability of the City of Bellaire, as such, the foregoing indemnity is intended to indemnify the City of Bellaire against the consequence of its sole negligence or fault and against the consequence of the negligence or fault of the City of Bellaire occurring jointly or concurrently with negligence or fault of any person or entity and against the consequence of the strict, statutory, or constitutional liability of the City.
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